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    pickit2 16f84a

    Hi All,
    Reacently I brought Pickit 2. Can anybody help me to program pic 16F84 by it. I need connector circuit diagram. It need RC ocillator for that circuit? Thanks..
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    pickit 2 16f84

    Hai Amil
    Guess you have got a CD with the PiCkit2 when you bought it, which will havve a user maual which will guide you in programming the devices. Below given schematic gives you the programmer Pin out. You may also download the Pickit2 user manual from this address. Hope it HELPS you. http://ww1.microchip.com/downloads/e...Doc/51553B.pdf



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    pickit2 pic16f84

    Hi Amil,
    For pic 16f84, connect in the following way:
    Pin 1 to pin 4 of ucontroller
    Pin 2 to pin 14 of controller
    pin 3 to pin 5 of controller
    pin 4 to pin 13 of controller
    pin 5 to pin 12 of controller
    Oscillator is not required here. You just connect the Pickit 2 with the above mentioned pins of pic16f84 and program with software. It will suffice. Thanks.



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    pickit 2 16f84a

    The PICkit2 doesn't support the 16F84 it does support the 16F84A



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    pickit connection

    The Pic16F84 is a realy old and expensive micro, in fact it was the first pic to feature flash memory, before that, they were all one time programable chips.
    Ditch the thing and get something like the Pic16f883 series.
    Much more powerful and a lot cheaper.



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